OpenSUSE Wireless :: Make Things Quicker For Resume From Standby Or Hibernation?
Jul 1, 2010
Running Opensuse 11.1 on an HP laptop. When I resume from hibernation or standby, I usually have to wait for about a minute for the wireless card to find my router. Is there any way to speed up this time to connect process ?
Interestingly when I boot from cold, the wireless connection is most times ready to go as soon as the boot has finished. So just wondering how I can make things quicker for resume from standby or hibernation
I just bought a Logitech V470 bluetooth mouse. It's no problem to let it work under Koala 9.10 (gnome), but after shutdown/standby/sleep, it doesn't work anymore. With my USB mouse, I have to click the bluetooth icon and select 'switch off bluetooth'. After that, I click 'switch on bluetooth' and bluetooth works again. I thought switching on and off bluetooth with the applet is the same as 'sudo /etc/init.d/bluetooth start/stop', but it isn't! The previous command greyes out/in the bluetooth icon, but it doesn't resume my bluetooth. If 'sudo /etc/init.d/bluetooth restart' would work, I would be able to add this line into /etc/pm/sleep.d, so it's automatically loaded on resume.
I am using uswsusp / s2disk and it hibernates fine. Then, on resume, it apparently completes the resume (reaches 100%) but it never progresses to the actual resumed system and gets stuck on this screen: Before upgrading from 9.04 to 10.04 it worked fine. It does not anymore.
I'm having trouble resuming from hibernation. The splash screen loads up with "Resuming from /dev/sda6" (this is the correct partition) and the HDD light shows it's reading the drive. It then stops reading and the loading animation starts up (I'm running Lucid). Then nothing, just the animation. I recently updated initramfs-tools to 0.98ubuntu2~lucid as hibernation wouldn't work at all with the old version (see [URL]). I've also installed this script because of errors on hibernation.
Does anyone know why the write speed of usb flash would be so slow? I'm running ubuntu off my flash drive but it is running really slow. I've tested the read speed which was about 33 meg a sec. But the write speed is only about 7 meg a sec. When running ubuntu it is very slow, not tolerable at all. I've read on some sites that there is a way to fix this but I'm not finding any good tutorials on making the write speed quicker.
Gigabyte GA-B85N Motherboard with Intel HD4600 Graphics / Intel Core i5 4440 CPU OS: Debian GNU/Linux 7 (wheezy) / Linux msc001 3.2.0-4-amd64 #1 SMP Debian 3.2.60-1+deb7u3 x86_64 GNU/Linux
I've installed KDE and when I go standby everything seems ok, but when I resume the monitor does not respond (the power indicator is flashing so there is no signal being presented thru the HDMI cable). Note that the system is still running as I can Alt-F2 (quick task/find), select Terminal and enter sudo-reboot without the screen. So it is just the hdmi signal that is not being recreated/refreshed properly.
I've included the suspend log (/var/log/pm-suspend.log):
Code: Select allInitial commandline parameters: Sat Oct 4 13:22:54 BST 2014: Running hooks for suspend. Running hook /usr/lib/pm-utils/sleep.d/000kernel-change suspend suspend:
My laptop beeps three times during the resume from hibernation. How can I disable this beeping. I use CentOS 5.3. Interestingly, this issue did not occur when I used CentOS 5.2 on the same laptop last year.
i am trying to write a script that switches the system to hibernation automatically at a particular time and again wakeup after some fixed amount of time. I found that at /etc/acpi there is a hibernate.sh but i cudn't find resume.sh .
For the sake of security, I want the screen to be locked after the system is resumed from suspend or hibernation. Now the only way I can do this is to check the options "Lock screen when screen saver is active." in the screensaver preference. But this method is annoying since I have to type the password to quit the screensaver. Is there other way to do this? Thanks.
I have been running SUSE 11.1 on my HP laptop for over a year. For the most part, I am thrilled with it. However, when I awaken the computer from hibernation mode, I have to go into the Network Settings applet proceed with the wizard in order to get my wireless connection working.
Another irritating aspect is that if I go to a place with a Wireless Hotspot, the computer doesn't automatically pick it up. Again, I have to go through the Network Settings applet to get it working.
I want this to work as it does on Windows XP/Vista where I can put the computer to sleep and when I awaken it, then the wireless connection is automatically there for me, etc.
I have to think I probably need to tweak a setting somewhere, so if someone can tell me where to do this, great!
I am using an internal wireless card (Atheros AR928X PCI-EXPRESS). If you need additional info, let me know.
I'm at step 2c in the sticky "My wireless doesn't work - A primer." and yes, my HTC G1 phone isn't listed and your sticky says nothing more can be done. So, my question is how lsusb generates that list... Is it querying the device, extracts the information and prints that information to the display or is SuSE comparing whatever info is returned, matches that information (eg VendorID/ProductID) to a database of supported devices, then prints the result to display?
This is important, because if the former is true, then it looks like I may be SOL getting this to work in SuSE. If the latter is how things really work, then I assume that if I'm able to add an entry for my phone things can proceed.
I've just a had laptop meltdown which resulted in the acquisition of a replacement (HP635) sporting a realtek wireless NIC. Found the drivers and installed them and all is well. HOWEVER, the card is not activated on wake from sleep mode. This is kind of astounding to me. Every crappy windows version that I've used can handle this situation. Many searches, however have failed to yield any help. After every resume from sleep mode I have to run ifup to start wlan0. Surely this is not the only way it can be? I have to assume that I'm not getting something simple, and someone here can point out my failing. or if you can just sympathize. running 11.4 here using the realtek 8192 driver set to start at boot time. Though none of the other settings have had any effect on this problem.
What's the easiest way to make things autostart in KDE? The only method I know is to make links to the applications and then put them in the KDE autostart folder. Last time I did that, I had a lot of trouble with not being allowed to make the links unless I was root. Is there a simpler way?
i am running 9.10 on a compaq 2209cl laptop. has been working great with no issues till i updated the other day. when i come out of standby (opening laptop lid, or hit the power button to wake up) my network connection does not start, and there is no wireless networks displayed. a reboot usually takes care of this prob until it goes into standby again. just wanna know if there is a way i can solve this myself or if i gotta wait for a patch? it aint too bad but is sure is annoying when i get on and off this thing all the time.
I'm new to ubuntu and using 9.10. I have installed a dlink wua 2340 wireless adaptor and it is working properly. But after waking up computer by standby mode, wireless connection breaks and the wireless device is not mounted. Therefore I always have to shut down the computer and restart again to establish wireless connection.
How do I make imagemagick convert things one at a time? I know how to make imaggemagick convert all pages of a pdf into individual jpeg files by storing it all in the RAM at once but if there isn't enough RAM, this will use swap like crazy and be suuuuuuuper slow.
Here is the command for the "crazy swap-using" way:
I own an ASUS N61JV-X2 notebook PC. It has an Atheros Communication, Inc. AR9285 Wireless Network Adapter. 03:00.0 Network controller: Atheros Communications Inc. AR9285 Wireless Network Adapter (PCI-Express) (rev 01) 03:00.0 0280: 168c:002b (rev 01) I cannot see any SSIDs including my home Verizon FiOS 802.11 G WPA2-AES-TKIP encrypted network. I went to Starbucks to try to connect to their free Wi-Fi and I could not make a connection. How do I solve this problem so that I can connect to a SSID of my choice and make a wireless connection while using GNOME 3?
I've been practicing C programming the past month and had the idea to do this. I don't know if there's already something similar, or if anyone would find this program useful.Slervice simply calls Pat's scripts and the chmod command. I believe it's self explanatory. It can be compiled with cc slervice.c -o slervice.
I've read many threads here on wireless problems in 10.04. I've got it updated as of this morning.
Symptom: wireless works perfectly - doesn't drop out and starts right up at boot. But if computer (Dell Latitude D505) goes to sleep, wireless won't resume. Network Manager shows wireless networking greyed out after waking.